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Your systematic neglect of the horrendous Jonathan Gruber/Obamacare scandal is undoubtedly attributable to your partisan bias ("Gruber flap reopens not-so-old wounds," Dec. 1).

The relatively recent exposure of Mr. Gruber's past admissions and his current testimony before Congress have underscored that he was paid almost $400,000 as an administration consultant for the false and misleading explanation of Obamacare created so that "stupid" U.S. voters would be deceived into voting for it.

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Although it may be reasonably inferred from the results of the last two midterm elections that the not-at-all stupid U.S. voters overwhelmingly reject the law, they have never had the opportunity to vote directly on it.

Only our senators and representatives have done that. With one exception, Rep. Andy Harris, who has vigorously fought against the law, our entire Washington delegation are Democrats and they have supported all of the legal flaws of Obamacare, as well as the repeated bungling of its implementation, like robots.

Is there some legitimate journalistic explanation for your lack of interest in determining whether Sens. Benjamin Cardin and Barbara Mikulski and the rest of the Democrats are participants in the reprehensible conspiracy to foist Obamacare on the American people or whether they are the only stupid voters?

Barry C. Steel, Phoenix

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